Opening Doors to Resolution

With 25 years of successful litigation experience, Steven Schulwolf is a Mediator who understands what it takes to bring fast, effective resolution for you or your clients.

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Why Schulwolf Mediation Is Your Best Choice for Mediation

  • A good mediator needs to understand the litigation process, the applicable law and the specific dispute between the parties.
  • A mediator should be flexible and willing to mold each mediation in the best way to assist the particular parties in reaching an agreement.
  • A good mediator needs to be creative and build a rapport with all parties to foster an environment of trust. The parties must be open to exchanging ideas and proposals knowing the mediator will maintain the confidentiality of the process.
  • Significantly, a good mediator must be neutral and cannot impose his or her own judgment on the issues and understands that mediation is a process in which the parties ultimately control their own fate.

How Do You Know that Your Case Will Benefit from Mediation?

Litigation is expensive with many risks involved for all parties. Mediation offers a less costly and timely way for parties to come to a workable and agreeable resolution.

In the vast majority of cases, mediation is the best path forward. I speak from personal experience, as a lawyer who litigated successfully for 25 years. Whatever the nature of your dispute, Schulwolf Mediation can help even the toughest cases effectively reach resolution.

Meet Steven Schulwolf

An effective mediator can be the difference between protracted, expensive litigation and moving on with your life to focus on more meaningful endeavors.  As an attorney I have participated in hundreds of hours of mediations during the litigation of many multi-million dollar disputes.  I look forward to assisting you reach an acceptable resolution to your legal conflict. Read More about Steve…

The Monty Hall Problem
& How It Relates to Mediation

In business disputes, parties often set up models to calculate their risks in deriving a value for their case (or their opponent’s case).  A good mediator understands the limits and potential problems with such probabilistic calculations.  Most lawyers hate math.  In fact, there is a small niche in academia that debates the use of mathematics in the court room because it is frequently misused.  See e.g. “Trial by Mathematics: Precision and Ritual in the Legal Process” (84 Harvard Law Review 1329 [1970-71]).  Probability problems often appear to be simple, but can be more complex than people understand, which can adversely impact their settlement expectations.  Want to play an interactive game that illustrates the problem and possibly win a discount on your next mediation? For best results, use Google Chrome, Firefox or Safari to play the game.

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The Monty Hall Problem
& How It Relates to Mediation

In business disputes, parties often set up models to calculate their risks in deriving a value for their case (or their opponent’s case).  A good mediator understands the limits and potential problems with such probabilistic calculations.  Most lawyers hate math.  In fact, there is a small niche in academia that debates the use of mathematics in the court room because it is frequently misused.  See e.g. “Trial by Mathematics: Precision and Ritual in the Legal Process” (84 Harvard Law Review 1329 [1970-71]).  Probability problems often appear to be simple, but can be more complex than people understand, which can adversely impact their settlement expectations.  Want to play an interactive game that illustrates the problem and possibly win a discount on your next mediation? For best results, use Google Chrome, Firefox or Safari to play the game.